Anyone who has been on my photography course will know that the single best way to get better at photography is to practice! Take pictures on a regular basis, stick it on manual, play with the settings, make the most of the different daylight tones and play around developing your own individual style.
I take my camera almost everywhere I go and I find this has been invaluable to my photography journey and my confidence particularly with digital cameras. I'm always learning and I don't always get the right settings but that is all part of the fun.
Here are some photos i took of a beautiful day spent with family at the charming home of Leonard & Virginia Woolf in East Sussex. A place I'd been keen to visit since first reading 'Life in Squares' a book all about the life and times of the infamous Bloomsbury set in the early part of the 1900's.
Enjoy the pictures...
I am also planning an Autumn photowalk in my local park at the end of October. This will be a chance to practice your photography with some hands on help from me, if this sounds like something you think you'd like to do - please check out the details here.